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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Officials tighten security at school amid shooting rumors
  • Austrian company fined by ADEM
  • Senate committee approves Depot funding
  • Hardrick bound over to grand jury on murder charges


Officials tighten security at school amid shooting rumors 

 Security was tightened at Alexandria High school Friday following rumors of a school shooting planned for Friday.  School officials say that writing was discovered in on of the boy’s bathrooms at the school earlier this week saying a school shooting would take place today.  The message was apparently discovered shortly after being written and was painted over by school personnel.  Sheriff Larry Amerson says his office began receiving calls from concerned parents Thursday, many of them said they would be keeping their children out of school Friday.  The Sheriff said that he believes that the incident was most likely a prank but the Sheriff emphasized that deputies and school officials were on the alert Friday as a precaution.  


Austrian company fined by ADEM 

 An Austrian company has been fined $65,000 and will surrender a permit for one of two facilities it plans to build in the area.  Kronospan, the world’s largest producer of wood based panels and particleboard broke ground a year ago on a plant in Bynum to produce wood laminate flooring.  The company said that as a result of hurricane Katrina the company’s strategy changed after more companies began producing much needed plywood and saturated the market.   The company however failed to modify its permit with ADEM.  The company and ADEM agreed on the fine last week. 



Senate committee approves Depot funding 

The Senate Armed Services committee approved the 2007 defense authorization bill Thursday that includes funding for the Anniston Army Depot.  Including in the funding for the Anniston Facility is $341 million for the M1-A2 Abrams System Enhancement Program upgrades, $136.5 million for M1A1 Abrams Integrated Management program and $346.9 million for M1A1 Abrams integrated management modifications. The Depot also received $139 million in funding for M113 Armored Personnel Carrier Modifications to be performed at the Anniston Facility.    $1.5 million for segmented bank track research.  $9 million for the U.S. marine corp. expeditionary assault bridge work performed at the depot.  $15.5 million For Hydra-70 rocket requirements and $106 million for the Marine Corps M1A1 tank fleet.  The bill is expected to reach the senate floor for a vote before Memorial Day. 


Hardrick bound over to grand jury on murder charges 

31 year old Sedrick Hardrick, accused of murder in the stabbing death of Ollie Brown, was in St. Clair County District Judge Phil Seay's Ashville Courtroom Thursday for a preliminary hearing.  After hearing testimony from St. Clair County Sheriff's Investigator Randy Hurst and Brown's niece, Teja McEntire, Seay ruled there was sufficient probable cause to send the case to a grand jury.

Hardrick is charged with three counts of capital murder in the death of the 79-year-old Brown of Margaret. If convicted, Hardrick could face the death penalty or life in prison without parole.   St. Clair County District Attorney Richard Minor said his office will pursue the death penalty if Hardrick is convicted. At the preliminary hearing, Hurst testified that after his arrest, Hardrick made verbal and written statements admitting his guilt. Hurst said Hardrick wrote in his statement that he had went to Brown's house and was invited in. He then said Hardrick gave a detailed description of his attack on Brown, saying he asked to buy a drink and when she turned around to enter the kitchen he attacked her, stabbing the victim several times.

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